Optimize your Data Center cooling capacity, minimize wasted energy and receive critical alerts. With sensorCFD, live data from sensors on each rack are analyzed, producing a CFD analysis of your data center, highlighting areas you can save energy, money and pave your way to meeting net zero targets.
Simple to understand heatmaps and sensor constrained CFD provide insights and recommendations that drive energy efficiency improvements
Reduce Energy Costs
Save energy costs by focusing cooling capacity. sensorCFD provides visualization of where your air is going and where it needs to be.
AKCP have over 30 years experience in professional sensor solutions with over 200,000 installations worldwide. sensorCFD combines our expertise in both hardware and software providing a best in class DCIM with innovative sensor technology.
Central management and monitoring software for all AKCP devices. DCIM with focus on temperature and airflow analysis. 2D and 3D vizualitation of the data center with heatmaps, sensor constrained CFD and differential air pressures.
sensorCFD combines temperature and humidity mapping, non-invasive current metering and pressure sensors. 6x temperature, 1x humidity, 1x current, 2x pressure, 3x ∆T and 1x ∆P for a total of 14 sensors per rack. Data is collected for analysis by AKCPro Server producing sensor constrained CFD models.
Case Study: AKCP Monitors Simon Fraser University Data Center
AKCP, the world's oldest and largest supplier of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions, monitor Simon Fraser University data center.
The university recently updated their data center facilities, installing racks with rear door heat exchangers (RDHx) for high density computing. To guard against disasters caused by water leaks from the RDHx the data center administrators installed a leak detection system. AKCP rope and spot water sensors were deployed. Rope water sensors running down each aile under the rear doors will alert immediately should water leaks occur. This allows rapid response toguard against severe damage that water in the data center can cause.